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dinner. please, have mercy, they begged. on the street, we meet four boys. they ask if we think it is safe enough for them to go back home. they talk of tanks firing, and seeing other children lose limbs. they say, what they have witnessed have made them all decide to be doctors. to save the victims of war. >> all right, thank you very much, that was cnn's arwa damon reporting from war-torn aleppo, syria. >>> and attackers beg released from duty, often times without prosecution, we'll discuss this disturbing situation straight ahead, but first. >>> a navy seal leaves the service, but still feels a call to serve, now he feels the need to help. >> for me being in the military was one of the greatest experiences of my life. because i was working with incredible men and women, dedicated to serving a purpose larger than themselves. when i served, i did four deployments overseas. in 2003, i came back from a last deployment in iraq, coming back from the al-qaeda targeting cell. when i came home i went to bethesda naval hospital to visit with the returning marines. i asked each of the v
it was deeply emotional reaction to the war in iraq. he begged for the military and american public forgive him. a reporter tweeted out a short while ago, despite the backlash, white house is going to have him in appearance on the 21st6 december. quite incredible how much offense he has caused but free speech and all of that. back to you. >> heather: thank you very much. we appreciate it. what do you think. >> gregg: alan simpson does a better version of that. >> heather: i want to see your version before the show is over. >> i'm going to sing shebang in honor of william hung, third season of american idol. it is a rule of life sometimes you have to adjust after hurricane sandy damaged thousands of homes. victims are copying or some of the volunteers. we're going to show you where. >> heather: plus there it is no ordinary stroll in the park. not at all. it's been 40 years since someone set foot on another world. the last new moon walker sits down with us. >> i was strolling on the moon one day ♪ in the merry, merry month of may ♪ ♪ when much to my surprise ♪ a pair of burning eyes it's
, as in this one, it begs the question -- was she just being polite? or was the caller convincing? could you tell the difference? >> my dear, thank you so much. >> thank you for inviting me. >> reporter: the queen rarely uses the first person singular. one tends not to, does one not? >> i think it's difficult sleeping in a strange bed, as well. >> yes, of course. it's hardly the palace, is it? >> oh, nothing like the palace is it, charles. >> reporter: nope. nothing like the palace at all. david wright, abc news, los angeles. >> and we want to say, that's what's making news in america this morning. cheerie-o, everyone. >>> stay with us for "good morning america." have a great thursday. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> breaking news in oakland. search is on for a driver that hit a police officer and left the scene. >> amy hollyfield is live at the police department. >> reporter: i just got off the phone with one of my sources. he said a lieutenant was in the
. >> we had people come to the aror and beg me not to quit. ew deporter: but it's hard recruiting new doctors for the lart of america's heart land. o kansas, 97 of its 105 counties are considered underserved. five counties have no doctor at all. >> it's scary because we don't ysve as many physicians as we need. o reporter: so the university of kansas opened up a branch of its medical school in salina, iat it calls the smallest itdical school in america. it's now on its second class of eight students. >> i cannot wait to bond with the people and feel a sense of belonging. >> reporter: students like julianne rathburn bring one more n ing-- a desire to work in rural america. workou know everybody. everybody knows you. and there's a sense of loyalty and respect. hereeporter: but there is one drawb drawback-- a rural family doctor in america makes on average about $70,000 a year, a specialist, say a cardiologist in a big city like los angeles, earns on average more than in00,000 a year. vn durham, population just over 100, the local doctor recently closed up shop. folks feared her dream of
and now that is it set aside. we learned from officials, they are begging reporters and the media to give the family peace and stay away. one state treeper is assigned to each of the families. >> each family has a state trooper assigned for them. someone to directly communicate with and giving the families a point person and police officers and investigators a point person. they are take good care of the families and keeping lines of communication as open as possible. ndo we think that the state police will talk again tonight. >> they are not expected tompt they released what they can and tomorrow will be another briefing. but at this point in time, it is it about the families that are just beginning to cope and have access to the loved ones. >> molly, tharching you in newtown, connecticut. >> the medical examiner talked about how they went in to identify the young bodies. and wayne carver was briefing reporters. he said they did not bripping the families inside of the school. they took pictures was facial features of the six and sen year old children and brought them to the family for po
're giving them exactly what they want. >> eliot: if they live that long. beg argument for believing as he does, which is not a whole lot. let's switch gears, the republicans and their their men for their committees, have they learned nothing of the 19 white old men. this could be a campaign poster for the democratic party. why didn't they have the wisdom to change that. >> because learning is appeasement. this is whiting than an albino troop. it's ludicrous and it goes to show they don't learn. they don't want to learn. they don't value that. >> eliot: you know, i got to disagree with you a little bit. there is movement on immigration. >> yeah a little bit. >> eliot: they're throwing something-- >> in terms of getting votes. >> eliot: correct, but not giving up power. >> no, it's progress for republicans is what matters. they'll man der to our pander to our mexican-american friends just enough to get their votes. >> eliot: maybe you're on to something when they had the convention when they rolled out minority or gender-based individual that they can puts up on the lecturn and say see. >>
to a serious crash that sent three firefighters to the hospital. ktvu's ann rubin explains why they are begging drivers to slow down. >> reporter: it wasn't supposed to happen this way. but after firefighters arrived on this accident scene they ended up needing help. >> of the four, three were our employees. >> reporter: this after multiple accidents on highway 24. the first, a fender bender. the second a car swiping the fire truck. >> the third was a suv that lost control. clipped the back of a fire truck. over turned. hit three firefighters. and a civilian from a previous collision. >> reporter: the firefighters were standing on the shoulder interviewing a driver when it happened. they were rushed to the hospital in serious but stable condition. two of them will require surgery. the other victim is in critical condition. the driver of the suv was not hurt. first responders waited for news and were shaken. >> it is traumat took see one of -- traumat took see one of them get hurt. >> reporter: chp is investigating. while they are trying to piece together the details. they know one thing, the dr
. >> to coaches, and another employee, trying to beg with the guy. four guys standing there trying to negotiate with him. (inaudible). >>shepard: one in the head. the murderer did not survive. doctors pronounced the girlfriend dead at the hospital. the couple's three-month-old daughter now parentless. yesterday, the kansas city chiefs played as scheduled. the head coach there said he thought the game should go on despite it all. as for what he witnesses in the parking lot, he said this. >> i'm choosing not to answer any questions about what i saw yesterday. i think you will understand that and hopefully you will respect my wishes on that because it wasn't a pretty sight so i am choose not to talk about it. >>shepard: there was a moment of silence before the game for victims of domestic violence. investigators are looking to see what turned him into a killer. traumatic brain injury may have play add role. why the speculation? steve brown is in our newsroom. what is the source of this? >>reporter: dead spin, a sports website has a post where an author says that he received an e-mail from a single
over the last several decades. -- lou: i am going to beg you for something because we're really pushed for time. >> yes,. lou: if you will, was history and more in your judgment. >> sure. bottom line is that the brother is the cornerstone of every violent organization that we see up there today. and so it may not actually be fostering violence itself, but it has spawned of many violent factions. lou: and in egypt your expectations as to what the course, what course will we witness taken there? prevailing, maintaining his powers? what do you expect? >> it is hard to imagine being dislodged. he sacked all of the military that could have potentially overturn them. at this point we are hearing that the crowds are large. they see this as a zero sum gain, and it really is going to come down to whether this secular opposition can mobilize and whether they have the tools to bring him down. it does not appear at this point that they do. lou: let's turn to syria. as you know, the secretary of state meeting with russian counterparts in ireland today saying the united states agrees with russia and
beg with the court not to incarcerate them. what happens? you spend time in jail and you pay the fine. but you are fault a corporate client. you are an individual. >>shepard: the money they made for profit was $2.5 billion in the last quarter. the fine is $600 million less than that. the people who are sitting on this side of the aisle on this side of the border there, and are seeing what this corruption has done and what it has done to the nation over time we are supposed to say well, they made them pay $1.9 billion and no one is going to jail? i cannot imagine too many are happy about this. >>guest: i don't think so. the in edge for corporate america is commit your crime and as one put it, better to seek forgiveness than ask permission. that is what they are doing, seeking forgiveness after the fact. again, if this was an individual, they would be sitting in front of a federal district court judge probably incarcerated awaiting sentencing. >>shepard: but, instead, their stock is up today. thank you. >> police say there is no question, a murder on a crowded street in the middle of th
for a stronger ally of the united states in the region, i will agree with you. but i beg to differ because the cheapest aircraft today at the united states in the middle east is in that region. we are in the frontline presenting the same value in same principles. you'll find the source is coming to shores. >> thank you. >> you know, i share your concerns about iran. i worry about it all the time. i think it's real. but growing up jewish, and learned that being jewish also meant caring about the stranger from the bible or the people of king david, but also people of the profits. what i didn't hear in your talk is forgive me, but any kind of humanity towards palestinians. i don't know what you paid to do with them. i don't think he thought about, no offense ap said the solution. does that mean turn gets the west bank. but i know if israel keeps territories commit either stop in a democracy or a jewish state. i know there's problems with houston has come a serious ones. i believe arafat could've made a deal at oslo and there could've been peace. i am not naÏve. but i think the constant build
a day is stl beg lost. we have the president of the harbor trucking association and 32 of his 35truck drivers are out of work as a result othe strike. he has aaso been unable to deliver gos to businesses inhis area. fred, do youhink the federal meddars will be able to resolve this strike? >> our fingers are crossed, melissa. this is imrtant. we need to get this thing over quickly. melissa: fred, what has it meant you personally? >>t is hard to account for what the cost of this is. it probably won't accounted for until after the strike over whenll the rifications hav dom noted down buttit is always devastating to me personally. and it is worrisome for me about my employees a my drivers. melissa: we look at numbers that are involved here an everyone has their estimate and they're arguing or whose esmates are right but what we see is 1.2 million jobs are supported by the ports. 400 billiois in goods move through the ports in 2011. so when people say shutting them down is a billion dollars a day or more,hat sounds like a very at the same time, it is about about 800 members of a clerical
, they can't afford dinner. please have mercy, they beg. on the street, we meet four boys. they ask if we think it is safe enough for them to go back home. they talk of tanks firing and seeing other children lose limbs. they say what they've witnessed has made them all decide to be doctors, to save the victims of war. >> arwa is still with us. when the folks in syria hear you're from cnn, what's their basic message to you, specifically to the united states, to president obama? i'm sure they've got some words they want to share. >> reporter: they most certainly do. they want to know why it is that the u.s. has effectively stayed silent so long, they want to know why the u.s. is not supporting the syrian opposition, why the u.s. allowed the conflict to degenerate to such degree now they deal with islamist groups. they want to know why the u.s. seems to be okay with the fact that so many people have died so far and allowed the suffering to really continue, because even when it comes to humanitarian aid, for example, there's very little of that that's actually coming in. this issue of the ris
, is begging for money. -- that great project, is begging for money. this is the sort of thing that ought to be supported by the u.s. government. the final thing we need to do in terms of non state actors, al qaeda came closest to developing wmd when they were in control of territory in afghanistan. we have to keep groups like that from getting a base. >> chemical, i wonder if you could talk a little bit about nuclear terrorism. >> again, i am a scientist. i think it is a very small probability. i reject the idea of 1% or 50%. the chance of fukushima happening was less than 1%. it is a low probability, but a horrific consequences. i think if proliferation happens, as nuclear capabilities bread, you'll have more of the wherewithal for terrorists to exploit and therefore more opportunities. i would like to emphasize what was said, you have to deny the territory. that is the lesson in afghanistan. you don't want to give these people time and space to work on these kind of weapons. with that being said, if you look at sudan, somalia, a couple of places, is not an easy thing to accomplish. and
to beg with this guy. >> shepard: their words had no effect. the general manager and the general manager said belcher thanked them for giving a chance in the nfl. as police were just arriving. witnesses say belcher ducked behind the vehicle in that parking lot and shot himself. >> shots fired. one hit. >> there are no reports of any suicide note. no explanation at all of why javon belcher did this. but, tonight, obvious questions about his mental health. whether he may have taken too many hard hits. that's just speculation. one of belcher's friends tells a sports blog called dead spin after game last month belcher was dazed and couldn't remember what had happened the day before or at least before the game. steve brown is on fox top story. is he live in our midwest bureau tonight. what sort of signs of trouble before this shooting? anything? >> about the allegations that belcher had had head trauma or concussions, both the team and the league said there is no concussion history that they have on this man. and that he was never held out of a game because of a concussion. about the relation
the ambassador and others were begging for. and the larger issue, sean, of misunderstanding the nature of what was happening in north africa, with the growth of al qaeda and pretending to the electorate with the election approaching that al qaeda was on its knees. >> sean: i think those are all great questions and observations. let me, if i can, add two more to them because i think it's really person. the report was also clear, there were no protests -- none that day -- as we had been told, not only by susan rice, but by the president himself at the u.n. two weeks later and it had nothing to do with this youtube video. that's disturbing, heading into a presidential election. it tells me we were consciously lied to. >> we certainly know we were misled. i remember the president in the second debate taking umbrage at the suggestion that anybody in his administration, including, he said, the u.n. ambassador who would have misled the nation on what happened -- now it's unequivocally metaphysically true that she misled the nation. the only question is was it a deliberate misleading, in which case it
no, i'm not. he took to begging. he asked, cajoled, he asked for 50 destroyers. f.d.r. dragged his feet. first he said no. then he said maybe. then by november of 1940 the first five or six of the 50 dribbled in. they were rust buckets and virtually obsolete. which roosevelt told t"new york times" and congress. he said we gave them junk and we get six or seven caribbean naval bases from the empire. at one point that summer i believe churchill wrote a letter and asked roosevelt to declare war. that is how desperate he was. and so after a few brandies in t the co vilville diaries churchi says they want to us bleed to death and pick up everything that is left for free. at one point they were thinking around the dipper table of having everyone in england melt their wedding rings because it might raise $8 million or $10 million of gold and use that to buy american goods because it was all cash and carry, to shame the americans. they didn't do that. host: how much did winston churchill expect japan to get into the war? guest: one of the things, in doing this, i had to lock at what is he
many times did he ask fdr to get into the war? clacks out one -- >> at one point, he took to begging. he asked for destroyers. fdr said no. then he said maybe. then the first five or six dribbled in. they were rustbuckets. he told congress -- more last -- look at the deal i just made. we gave them drunk. at one point that summer, churchill i asked roosevelt to declare war. he was desperate. and so after a few brandies, and you will see churchill's saying "those americans are not good americans. they want us to bleed to death and come in and pick up everything for free." at one. he talked about having everyone in england mill there wedding rings to raise $10 million worth of gold to buy american goods. to shame the americans. they did not do that. >> how much did winston churchill expect japan to get into the war? >> one of the things in doing this, i had to look at what is he interested in? what is in his head? he was interested in norway, sumatra, not japan, not the pacific. his knowledge of geography, the politics, the military situation was not there. he admits in his memoirs in o
, there is a new political movement under way. begging for help from the white house. thousands of americans who fear the loss of twinkies. and they want president obama to nationalize the twinkie industry to prevent the loss of snack cakes, quote, sweet, creamy center. that's just one example of we the people soliciting help from the highest levels of government. for more, and there are many more, check out my must read. it's up on our facebook page at facebook/jansingco. ♪ from jammin' jerk chicken, to creamy gouda bisque. see what's new from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. [ sniffs ] i took dayquil but my nose is still runny. [ male announcer ] truth is, dayquil doesn't treat that. really? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold symptoms, plus it relieves your runny nose. [ breathes deeply ] awesome. [ male announcer ] yes, it is. that's the cold truth! hurry in and try five succulent entrees, like our tender snow crab paired with savory garlic shrimp. just $12.99. come into red lobster and sea food differently. and introducing 7 lunch choices for just $7.99.
. believe me, we beg id him to get back into politics. but he is running a news organization, and everything that's in the story about shaking up the field was probably true. but i love to pear paul begala call one of my favorite people in the world a genius, because he is that. >> you want to revise or amend your comments, after what mary said, paul? >> sometimes the truth hurt, but the guy is remarkable. he's a very talented guy. >> certainly is. let's talk about the former president george bush. he gave a rare speech today in dallas. listen to this clip. >> america can be a lawful society and a welcoming society at the same time. as our nation debates the proper course of action relating to immigration, i hope we do so with a benevolent spirit and keep in mind the contribution of immigrants. >> he still wants, mary, comprehensive immigration reform. he tried and failed when he was president but he's making a major pitch for it once again. >> right. and he got 17% for hispanics and 16% more asians. that doesn't mean we have to give up our principles and it was the democrats that stopped th
for accommodating us, and thank you -- and please beg our forgiveness for the inconveniences. i'm sorry richard is not here, he's a dear friend and is doing a fine job as the president and ceo of the fed. i want to thank our panel hr*eutss i've just spent panel lists. i've spent a procee productive hour speaking with them. they are knowledgeable and capable and have important knowledge about immigration. i want to thank mark langdale who is the president of the george w. bush foundation, as well as jim glassman, and amity. one of the thing amity. one of the things of the bush administration is to attract bright minds. there is no brighter mind than amity. she is the energizer bunny. [laughter] >> i want to thank people who had faith in our abilities to build a last be place of action. the bush center is housed at smu, and our building will be peoening next april. i can't wait for you to see it. it's spectacular piece of architecture and a wonderful landscape. we are thankful to smu for its gracious hospitality. the institute, even though the building is not open the institute is up and running.
the range of the 6,000 kilometers. the question then begs how realistic is it that north korea would be a threat to the united states? >> through pro live raig they could be a threat to the united states. and if they were to hit our allies in the near range. in the south and also japan. those are the near-term risks. but proliferation could occur at any time. they were able to reach to hawaii ... bill: history shows they are not very good at this. are they getting better? >> only more tests will tell. you are correct history has shown it's been embarrassing for them. you would have to ask if you were rational why would you take a high-risk test like this with so many eyes watching? bill: you mentioned the obama administration. how are they reacting? was is our response? >> our response tends to look first to the yate united nation. there is talk of proportional sanctions being considered at the security council should north korea test. but it's clear that is not going to change the trajectory of north korea's per suit of a nuclear program. bill: steven yates, thank you. we are watchi
evaluating the security laps at the state department, people in benghazi at the mission were begging for more execute and did not get it. what do you take away from this? >> well, the first thing is we have a report that took care of all the under links but did not answer the fundamental questions but they will not be held into account until secretary secretary of state testified. but she is recovering from the concussion. but it needs to be but we need john kerry to be announced, and you do not move forward on his nomination to be secretary of state until the country secretary of state has testified under oath about what happened. >> something the report doesn't answer is who refused the pleas for help and a rescue in a seven hour long siege and what investigative body is going to be asking that question of administrators under oath? this is what the not will not do. maybe the house of representatives will. we are now three months since this happened. >>gregg: general petraeus said the c.i.a. did not refuse the request so that means that "obama's fingerprints are all over this." >> we don't
the money. we beg that the governor help the victims with a true plan to get money directly to the victims. >> heather: in these initial moments, it's only been two days how long will it take for these families to at least begin to come to grips what happened. as you said, they are in shock. how many days did it take you, how many months? >> we're still going through it. it depends on the person. what happens with this is you have horrific post-traumatic stress disorder in varying degrees. there is a woman that can't work and function. it's why money that is collected get to the victims. one thing you happens, it overwhelms you so much it keeps us from hearing our own angels. if you pay attention, angels give you signs. if you pay attention, we have all in aurora we have seen signs but the are spiritual signs and sometimes the grief overwhelms it. >> heather: beyond the money and compensation that people will eventually donate to these victims in this horrific tragedy what can people there do immediately for these families to try to help heal them a little quicker? >> the best thing that t
jesus, the night before he dies, is prostrate on the ground, begging god, "if this all could pass... but i will do what you want," and the disciples all flee. now, that's an awful picture. that makes sense to me because mark is writing to a persecuted community who knows... who know what it's like to die. that's how you die, feeling abandoned by god. over to "john." jesus is not on the ground in "john." the whole cohort of the jerusalem forces come out, 600 troops come out to capture jesus, and they end up with their faces on the ground in "john." and jesus says, "of course i will do what the father wants." and jesus tells them to, "let my disciples go." he's in command of the whole operation. you have a jesus out of control, almost, in "mark," a jesus totally in control in "john"-- both gospels. neither of them are historical. i don't think either of them know exactly what happened. >> jesus dies on a different day in john's gospel than in "matthew," "mark" and "luke." in the three synoptic gospels, jesus actually eats a passover meal before he dies. in john's gospel, he doesn't.
to you. >> unbelievable day to day. after the hurricane we are begging for gasoline supplies. refiners to the occasion, running at summerlike levels, about 15 years since 2001. a huge increase in gasoline supplies actually saw kind of a bearish number on crude oil or whatever. a build of almost 7.8 million barrels putting gasoline supplies back to normal, that is what we're looking for. i hear you're looking at a bull run. tell me about it. sandra: we're looking at the s&p 500. the dow back about 13,000. this dates back to march of 2009 when the bull market we're i wen in the stock market began. up 117% since that day. hear what some of the major analysts are saying about that. over at bank of america maryland. the bull market will be four years old in march of 2013. the average of a bull run is four years. six of the last 11 lasted at least four years, five of those 11 lasted five years. three of the 11 bull market lasted over six years, so she is saying looking at the s&p 500, watch 1435, above there, this market will set itself up to continue the bull market run. cheryl: sandra smit
! oh, my gosh! it begs the question, lester, at what age did you go through that sn phase? >> i think he realized he's seeing double. >> and it's not just the candy. >> at the end, it looked like he was doing one of these, like he wanted to make sure he got the reverse. >> there were follow-up questions. you wanted to take the whole thing in. >>> finally, when you think of popular duets, sonny and cher, barbra streisand and neil diamond, captain and tenille. until these. a baby and his husky. [ baby and dog howling ] [ laughter ] >> some people actually think that the husky is saying please make this baby stop crying. if you listen carefully, it's what you're hearing, you may actually be able to hear him say that. absolutely priceless. >> the husky holds the note for a long type. >> what other kmochoice did the husky have? >> there's some people camped outside because they'll be performing on the plaza. so there are already some people in line. >> the baby doesn't understand that huskies don't normally do this walking down the street on a daily basis. the baby is like you don't sound
a message saying people are begging him to get back into politics so he'll run for prime minister again. he resigned as prien minister over a year ago at the height of his country's debt crisis. he's been linked to several scandals over the last few years. >>> if you won the lottery, withed you quit your job or keep it? >> i think i would keep mine. the second winner in last month' big powerball drawing says he likes his job and will keep working. the winner is a married man in his 30s who lives in arizona. he doesn't want to reveal his name or his identity. you can't really blame him for that. he and his wife will take home about $192 million before taxes. >>> and here's what's trending online today. the autopsy of murdered rapper notorious b.i.g. has been released 15 years after his death. among other things, it shows the rapper whose real name was christopher wallace, was shot four times but only one of the shots was fatal. >>> former florida governor charlie crist tweeted he has joined the democratic party. he had been affiliated with the republican and independent parties in the past.
attack. that project, the great project is begging for money. it barely manages to get its basic budget of the year. and this is the sort of thing that i think ought to be supported by the u.s. government in a way that is not. and the final thing we need to do in terms of non-state actors is a al qaeda came the closest to developing wmd when they were in control of the territory in afghanistan which the time and space was to develop wmd to the you have to keep the groups like that. >> talking about the wmd attacks by the non-state actors, chemical, biological, i know in the formal weapons inspector you served on the international task force on the prevention of nuclear terrorism and i wonder if you could talk about the nuclear terrorism. how likely is it? >> again i am a scientist, so i think it is a very small probability to reject the idea 50%. i think it is much less than one but i also say the chance that fukushima happening was less than 1%. it is a low probability and a horrific consequences, and i think as the proliferation happens and the nuclear capabilities, several nuclear ca
in the philippines. he survived by skavageing in the dumpl and begging forty waflt he drank water for canals and slept in an open tomb in a cemetery. a life without joy changed forever by a horrible accident that threatened to make it even worse. >> one evening when i was waiting for the garbage truck to arrive, smbl push med into a pile of burching tires. by back and my arm got burned. >> those his recovery was punctuated by extreme pain, he called it a baptism by fire. he was rescueded by an activist who was his guardian. >> that was the first day in his life that he felt loved, accepted, and cared for. >> on his seventh birthday he helped him obtain his birth certificate so he could attend school, but his special birthday wish was to give, not just receive. >> my birthday is also to give he children, street children the things that i received. we started hope gifts, the gifts of hope like all the toys, the candies, and the sleep wear. >> he passed them out to those who shared his flight. that was six years ago. now he's got his own organization championing community children that he says
much. gregg: well the chief of police says the new commitment will cost a beg chunk of his budget but he is not willing to take any chances with the safety of children. heather: to a fox weather alert now on a massive winter storm that is also causing dangerous driving conditions out west. take a look at this. this is interstate 80, the main route from act meant -- sacramento to reno, negative vaud. police are requiring chains on all vehicles except four wheel drives and those with snow tires. you can see why right there. chief meteorologist rick reichmuth live in the fox extreme weather center. over the river and through the woods to grandma's house if you have snow tires, right? >> that is across the sierra nevada pass. that often happens when they get snow and get a lot of it. they got six feet of snow. great news for all the ski resorts there. they need that for the business. last year they were certainly so dry. we'll be dealing with more problems. two storms i will show you. cold air is in place. it is cold down across parts of the south. just 35 in texas. notice this, 67 in
was arraigned and charged with second-degree murder. beg held withoutailntil hean is aparou ain. ot t ar on the front page of the "new york post" saw him trying to claw his way back onto a new york subway platform after he was shoved on to the tracks. seconds later the oncoming subway train struck and killed him. and the u.s. navy is moving warships to monitor the potential north korean launch of a long-range ballistic missile. the u.s.s. benfold and u.s.s. fitzgerald and two others might join them. north korea plans to launch a rocket between december 10th and 22nd claiming for science and research. and new jersey governor chris chr tooe. the two showed a unified front in the wake of the storm. and the royal baby watch, it is on. there you see a pregnant and smiling catherine, duchess of cambridge. she was in for acute morning sickness. prince charles says he is thrilled he's going to become a grandfather. and the baby will be the next in line to the throne after prince william and actually after prince charles as well. so there's a little bit of a line there. >> rather it's a boy or gi
mint's departure from the senate, begs the question is the end nigh for conservatives? let's bring back ari melber, perry bacon, joel sawyer. joel, let's start with you. senator demint's departure has many implications, one of them the influence of outside forces, outside forces, the conservative movement. outside forces of the conservative movement, rather than the leaders themselves. "washington post" pointing out, quote, demint's decision marks a monumental change from a not so long ago era when abandoning a prime perch in the senate to head a think tank would have been unthinkable. but the past decade has shown influence that figures outside elected office, whether tea party leaders or antitax advocates grover norquist can have on the conservative movement. joel, does demint's departure mean that we're going to see an even stronger push by outside groups like the heritage foundation? >> well, you know, i dispute the hypothesis a little bit. outside of what? i view it all as part of one bigger, larger conservative movement. whether it's the heritage foundation or some of the other conservative
. >> eric: and begs the question does chris christie rethink the photo ops with the president after the hurricane now that he's not getting what he's asking for. >> clayton: and like the fiscal cliff, you overask and end up getting what you asked for. >> ainsley: like selling a house. maybe could meet somewhere in the middle. now for the rest of your headlines, it might be the biggest arrest related to the terror attack in benghazi. the wall street street reports that ahmad has been detained by authorities in egypt with the help of u.s. intelligence. many believe he's the lead her of the new wing of al-qaeda which led to the attack that left four americans dead. music star toni braxton in the hospital this morning. ♪ unbreak my heart, say you'll love me again ♪ >> braxton tweeted it's because of minor health issued related to lupus. the 45-year-old r & b singer also suffers from a narrowing of the blood vessels in her heart, but braxton told fans not to worry and that she plans to be out in the next few days. despite angry protests, michigan g.o.p. passed the right to work legi
in at 47. >> just a little bit outside. >> which begs the question, you know, i've always followed gallup, and i've alleged loves gallup, but this is just sort of a branding thing. i see gallup putting the president's approval rating at a certain number, i might as well be getting it from my 4-year-old, jack. >> they have a real challenge in front of them to fix their brand. you know what's been a problem for gallup is that for 20 years, professional pollsters, and you've heard this, joe, have whispered to us, be careful at gallup. this or that, and they never seemed to be that off, but they had a pretty bad year. >> take us through these poll numbers, shall we, chuck? big takeaway. >> our big takeaway has to do with the fact that the blame is now sort of evenly divided between both sides. much different than the abc poll of a couple of days ago. what's your big takeaway from this poll? >> by the way, what's different is that we offered the both part of this. >> oh, okay. >> abc did not. >> there you go. >> how you word a question and what you offer, that stuff does matter. we believe in
family at the holiday season. this woman now said by the of a beg began authorities to have an iranian passport.a began authorities to have an iranian passport. they showeded her passport and other identification. she was wearing an afghan police uniform. she apparently went to kabul police headquarters supposedly looking for someone important to kill. at least that's what afghan authorities are saying. and she had a weapon hidden on her person. she brought the weapon out, she walked up behind this american man and shot him debt. by all accounts the first time we've seen one of these incidents where the perpetrator is a woman. but there have been a growing number of these throughout the year tragically involving u.s. troop, nato troops, contractors and even afghan forces. >> and just let's talk more about how unique this really is. give us sort of the 30,000 foot view. >> the biggest problem they're having probably is figuring out why these incidents are happening. they all seem to be a bit different. there is always the talk could this woman have been a taliban infiltrate tore. could
a project that's authorized, that has gone to the corps for study -- i beg your pardon? the presiding officer: the senator's time has expired. mrs. feinstein: may i ask for two minutes additional time, please. the presiding officer: is there objection? without objection. mrs. feinstein: thank you very much. would essentially take a corps project that has been authorized and the study is being done. once the study is concluded, t the -- and it is cost-effective, the corps proceeds to construction. with respect to mitigation, what this amendment does is, as i understand it, is remove that authorization. now, i could understand how the language before was overly bro broad. what senator boxer and i did in an earlier amendment was narrow that language and we've addressed the shortcoming of the provision by striking it with an earlier amendment. that's amendment number 3421 and replacing it with new text. so this new text no longer authorizes an undefined set of projects. rather, it directs funding to be utilized to construct projects in areas that suffered direct inundation impacts from hu
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